*Today I'm linking up again with Randomcreative's Friday Features*
"Our names are Na Kim and Dierdre Shea, and we are artists who hand paint home goods. Our work is whimsical, personal, tongue-in-cheek, painterly and illustrative."
"We try our best to integrate beauty and fun into the form and function of everyday objects. We want our customers to enjoy our products while they use them."
3. Tell me a bit about your design process: How long might you spend on the average piece, conception through execution? Do you plan the painted design/ glaze treatment for each piece separate from form or does form inform your painting choices?
"Form definitely dictates what and how we paint. A design that looks elegant on one bowl can be unflattering on another. It's a very organic process but it still requires a lot of editing at times. The time we spend on each piece depends on the design and the form. Some designs get really complex, and some of the simple designs require more precision, which also takes time. We are learning and improving our process every day."
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